Ballycroy GAA

  • A Ballycroy man is running 300km in 30 days for Gearoid's smile.

    Due to current circumstances Gearoids Smile’s main fundraiser for the year the three peaks challenge has had to be postponed.

    The charity provides support for children suffering from cancer and their families.

    In order to raise much needed funds for the charity Stephen Grealis from Ballycroy will be running 300 kilometres in 30 days.

    Donations can be made via Go Fund Me.

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/300k-in-30-days-for-gearoids-smile?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1

  • Mayo Comortas Peile na Gaeltachta

    Junior Semi-Finals

    Cill Chomain 1-10 Ballycroy 1-06

    Achill 6-11 Tourmakeady 0-05

  • Sports journalist Michael Gallagher says he is prepared to legally challenge Mayo GAA County Board’s decision to disqualify him form running for the position of PRO.

    Mayo GAA claim that Mr Gallagher was not a member of his club Ballycroy before the 31st of March 2019 and is therefore ineligible to run for a place on the county Board at this year’s AGM.

    Mr Gallagher claims that he was a member of his club from the beginning of the year and also claims that members have been elected to Mayo GAA County Board in the past, who were not members of their club.

    The Mayo GAA County's AGM is due to take place on the 12th of December and Mr Gallagher told Midwest Sport that he will seek an injunction to prevent it going ahead if he is not allowed to run for the position of PRO.

    Midwest Sport have contacted Mayo GAA’s PRO for comment on the situation but are still awaiting a response.